This is dedicated to the JC forums, the mods and the posters and to make it a (even) better place. From my point of view, posting is seen as a game by many posters, which is off course not the purpose of these boards. The most popular game seems to be: "Who has the highest post count." (Which leads to spamming) I even saw a thread in the YJCC that was called: "how many post do you have" (or something like that) I have been posting here since December 2002, and this is post number 221 for me. Many posters already have reached ove a minimum of about 500-1000 post. The way I post is pretty straight forward. Offcourse within the rules of the Terms Of Service, but most important for me. I post only when necessary, (Somebody please correct my spelling) Or I post when I think when I can do other posters a favor or some kind of service. By the number of post that I have, you will think I am not very often active on these baords. Actually, I am very active as a member here, but I read a lot of threads, follow discussions and occaisionaly posting Icons. (Sorry for my absance the last weeks GS) I think posters should realize that posting here is not only for fun or as a game, but also a way to share anothers knowledge. After all this you all will propably think I am a crazy nerd or something, but IMO, posting is a lot like composing music, it is an Art. (Finaly got a Subject Title) And every time you post, you add another piece to you "Artwork." For me, I wouldn't mind if the TOS got tightend or something. As I have moderating/Administrating experience myself on the boards of the Zeeland Youth Orchestra, (Temporary Off-Line) I know how annoying it is when people are spamming, or breaking whatever rules you set up. My advise for every post you make: - Make sure your post makes sense. - Always treat you're fellow forum member with respect. (I miss that sometimes around here) - Humor is not forbidden!!! Thanks for reading... You're fellow JC Council Member, [hl=midnightblue]MasterObi-Wan-Kenobi[/hl] Please repost in the JCC.